Cartridge TF035 28231-27800 49135-07300 Hyundai D4EB-V

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Newry Cartridge TF035 28231-27800 49135-07300 For Hyundai Santa Fe CRDi with D4EB-V Engine

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Cartridge TF035 28231-27800 49135-07300 Hyundai D4EB-V


Part Number 49135-09021
Interchange number 4913509021
OE Number 1401635909, 1000050153, 500350005
Turbo Model TF035, TF035HL-10GK23-VG , TF035HL10GK23VG
Bearing Housing (Oil-cooled)(1900011164D, 503070008)  
Turbine Wheel (Ind. 43.1 mm, Exd. 37.64 mm, 11 Blades)(1100016129, 501030005)  
Comp. Wheel (Ind. 36.5 mm, Exd. 51. mm, 6+6 Blades, Superback)(1200016421B, 502050002)  
Back plate 49135-00044 (49135-15405)(1800016016, 504350001)  
Heat shield Number (2030016074, 506350001)  


Mitsubishi Hyundai Santa Fe

Mitsubishi TF035 Turbos:

49135-07100, 49135-07300

Mitsubishi TF035HL-10GK23-VG Turbo:

49135-07301, 49135-07302, 49135-07301, 49135-07310, 49135-07311, 49135-07312

OE number:
2823127800, 28231-27800

Related Informations

When do I go with an external wastegate? 
External wastegates and when to use them have become some of the most commonly asked questions in the turbo business over the past year. External wastegates move the wastegate vent from inside the turbine housing of the turbo to a remote location, fed from the same tube (or up pipe) as the turbine inlet for the turbo. There are several advantages as well as drawbacks to this setup. The first, and in many cases, the drawback that discourages most Subaru owners, is the cost. Not only are you adding expense to your turbo upgrade through the wastegate assembly but there is also the additional cost of custom piping. Due to the design of the Subaru, it is more difficult than many vehicles to install/fabricate piping for the external wastegate units. There are companies now offering custom uppipes with flanges for the use of external wastegates, however, due to differences in input flange on different wastegates, these are not universal. The biggest advantage to the external gate setup is boost control stability. In very high horsepower cars it becomes necessary to have a large enough port for wastegate venting that it is simply impractical to attempt the use of an internal setup. The larger external units will be able to hold the boost pressure more stable, and require very little actuation to vent fully and stop boost increase. It is this benefit that many times causes a vehicle with an external wastegate to produce additional power over an internally gated turbo, and is how the external has become known to produce more total power. Normally with proper turbo design and proper tuning, externals are not actually needed until power ranges rise into the 600 or greater HP range on a single turbo setup, and 900 or greater HP on twin turbos.

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